Hogan says he's granting state employees an additional day to gather with their families and enjoy celebrations taking place throughout the state.
Gov. Hogan Gives State Employees A Holiday On July 5Hogan says he's granting state employees an additional day to gather with their families and enjoy celebrations taking place throughout the state.
CASA Shows Undocumented Immigrants What To Do If ICE Comes Knocking Amid Raid Threats In BaltimoreAn advocacy group rapidly organized a community meeting, after President Trump announced mass deportations will happen in two weeks.
Man Killed Near Douglas Homes In Third Homicide Of The Day, Police Upping Patrols As Homicides RiseBaltimore police announced a new citywide patrol strategy as another violent weekend passes.
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Shots Fired At Frederick Apartment After Man Breaks In, Police SayOfficers responded at around 9:23 a.m. Sunday to the 200 block of Appleton Place for reports of a firearm discharge.
Rossville Man Last Seen June 6Brett W. Murphy, of King Arthur Circle, 21237 in Rossville, is 5'8", 160 lbs, with brown hair, blue eyes and a tattoo on his right forearm.
Hogan Responds To Democratic Request For Campaign Finance InvestigationDemocratic party officials said they found 96 individuals and businesses may have given more than the donation limit during the last election.
Baltimore Leaders Vow Not To Help ICE With Immigration Efforts After President Trump Announces CrackdownBaltimore leaders-- including the mayor-- have vowed that they will not assist federal agents with immigration efforts after President Trump announced a delayed crackdown starting after July 4th.
Two Baltimore Men Arrested In Traffic Stops Over Weekend For Gun, Drug PossessionThe Maryland Transportation Authority Police made two arrests during traffic stops in Baltimore County and Charles County over the weekend.
2 Teens Missing In Annapolis, Possibly RunawaysCharles Richardson and Damani Richardson, both 17, were last seen on Saturday around 11 a.m.
Nonvenomous Eastern Milksnake Found At A National Park Pool In MarylandNational Park rangers found a new little helper inside a pool in Catoctin Mountain Park
Treasury Dept. To Review Harriet Tubman $20 Bill DelayLast month, the Treasury Secretary announced that Tubman would not become the face of the $20 until 2026 instead of 2020.
Sisters Start 'Furlough' Cheesecake Business After Being Laid Off During Government ShutdownA pair of Maryland sisters went from being laid off from the government shutdown to growing a business that's getting sweeter by the day.
Family And Friends Remember Md. Woman Who Died At Dominican Republic Resort With Her FianceFamily and friends remembered the life of a Maryland woman who died mysteriously while on vacation with her fiance in the Dominican Republic.
Going Green: UMD Offers Country's First Medical Marijuana Master's ProgramThe University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is launching the nation's first master's program to train students about the science and policies of medical cannabis.
Parts Of Poe Homes Still Without Water After Eight DaysFor residents of Baltimore's Poe Homes, it's day eight without a consistent flow of clean water.
Officer Identified In Fatal Baltimore County Police ShootingThe officer involved in a deadly shooting in Baltimore County Saturday has been identified.
Baltimore Police Announce New Patrol Strategy As City Reaches 150 Homicides This YearBaltimore police announced a new citywide patrol strategy as another violent weekend passes.
Man Fatally Shot Near West Cold Spring Metro StopA man was fatally shot near a metro stop in northwest Baltimore Monday afternoon, police said.
Local Dentists Volunteer Time To Give Homeless Vets New SmilesA new partnership is providing homeless veterans with free dental care as part of an effort to help them get back on their feet.
Construction Material Catches Fire At Port Of BaltimoreA fire broke out at a construction site near a cruise ship terminal in Baltimore's Port Covington neighborhood Monday, the Maryland Port Administration said.
Port Covington Warehouse FireBaltimore firefighters are on scene of a warehouse fire in Port Covington.
Ellicott City Craft Store Closes Amid Flood Prevention EffortsA Maryland business owner is closing her craft shop that flooded twice in two years after raging floodwaters engulfed a historic mill town's main street.
Man Rescued From Susquehanna River After Canoe OverturnsA man was taken to shore in the area of Garrett Island after his canoe overturned in the Susquehanna River, officials say.
Bipartisan Legislation Establishing 'Fallen Journalists Memorial' To Be Introduced This WeekThe publisher of the Maryland newspaper where a gunman killed five people last year is pushing for a national monument to fallen journalists.
TSA Finds Third Gun This Month At BWITransportation Security Administration officials seized an unloaded handgun at a checkpoint at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Saturday, the 17th gun caught at the airport so far in 2019.
Trial For Alex Collins, Former Ravens RB, PostponedFormer Ravens running back Alex Collins’ trial that was set to start Monday was postponed.
Contract Negotiations Continue For BSO, MusiciansThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Musicians' Association of Metropolitan Baltimore met Friday with Federal Mediators from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.
Man Found Dead Following Baltimore Crash; 3 Other Shootings Reported Sunday NightBaltimore Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man found after a crash in West Baltimore Sunday night. They are also investigating three other shootings overnight.